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This webinar series features contributions from an experienced panel of Ibec employer relations professionals. The KC Connect in 15 series provides our members with expert advice on some of the most common challenges for employers. With decades of shared experience our Ibec experts provide real insight and practical advice.Not a member? Join here
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Ruth Heenan, Employer Relations Executive, discusses the importance of having a robust intoxicants policy, the equality considerations and tips for the management of intoxicants absences.
Unauthorised absence (absence without leave or AWOL) from work can place a significant strain on operations, managers, and those who must pick up the extra workload. Presented by Jessica O’Mullane, Employer Relations Executive, Knowledge Centre
This webinar goes through the purpose of probation, some practical steps regarding a probationary process, as well as some risks to consider, taking into account the Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Regulations.
Magda Kozub, Employer Relations Executive, Knowledge Centre, will look at best practice in the area of onboarding to ensure new recruits have the knowledge and support they need to perform their role.
Liz Murphy, Employer Relations Executive, Knowledge Centre, presents on the Gender Pay Gap reporting requirements.
This webinar explores the resources available on the Ibec website. Presented by Briana Duffy, Employer Relations Executive, Ibec Knowledge Centre, the webinar goes through resources such as podcasts, webinars, research and the HR Management Guide.
Lorraine Parkes, Senior Executive with Ibec’s Knowledge Centre will examine your obligations as an employer and the records you will be required to make available when a WRC inspector calls to your business.
Gail Maher, Employer Relations Executive, Knowledge Centre, will explore the importance of being guided by medical advice and engaging with the employee where possible,
Workplace related stress & burnout (Psychological Hazards) are prevalent in the workplace and must be identified. Presented by Patricia Ennis, OHS Executive, Knowledge Centre, this webinar will outline how employers can identify the levels of stress & burnout,